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    • 19 APR 16
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    Treating Auto-Brewery Syndrome

    Once you have a diagnosis of ABS, the treatment may not be simple or straightforward. Your primary provider may decide to try anti-fungal medications but some patients respond to medication and other do not. Some patients take long courses or several courses of the medication before seeing results and there are side effect to most

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    • 25 MAY 16
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    Short method of diagnosis

    Many people have called and asked if there isn’t a shorter method of diagnosing Auto-Brewery Syndrome than a 24 hour hospitalization. So I’ve been searching and found an older article from 1990 by Hunnisett and Howard titled “Gut Fermentation (or the ‘Auto-Brewery’) Syndrome: A new Clinical test with initial observations and discussion of clinical and

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    • 05 APR 16
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    Diagnosing Auto-Brewery Syndrome

    The most common question about ABS I hear is ‘How does someone know they have Auto-Brewery?” The best way to know is to buy a DOT approved breathalyzer and test your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) when you feel drunk. Now, if you’ve been drinking, it doesn’t count, of course, but if you haven’t had anything

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